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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 5, 1912)
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LIGHT & MARROW, Proprietors
f. f. UQHT QBO. HARROW
LAKEV1EW ABSTRACT & TITLE CO,
ABSTRACTS TO ALL REAL PROPERTY IN LAKE COUNTY, OREGON
Our Complete Tract Index
Innuromi Accuracy, Promptteas and Reliability
Kuril ho Imlrs In Uih ONLY Ithl.H Itl.K s.VMtetii from which fttl
Atmtract can I' mii'li-, oliowlnif nil (leltfta of title.
We A I so Furnlsh 9WI1mn1?
H. W. MORGAN, Manager, LAKEVIEW, OREGON
ronrorncu box 243 phon m
Lakeview Ice, Transfer
and Storage Co
Trli'plionn No. 101
J. 1. DUCKWOICTH, Manaoeh
Cuss to Meet All Trains. Transfer
and Drayago. Storage by day,
Week or Month
"OVll CUSTOM KKS AUK OUU AIVKItTISKUS"
LAKE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY
A Complete Record
We hare 111ule an entire triinmrlpt ol all Record In lnke
County which In any way, affect Ileal ProiMrty In the county.
We have a complete lluconl of every Mortvnira aud transfer
tver mode In Lake County, and ever IW tflven.
Errors Found In Titles
la trannerihMK tiie record we have found numerous roort
gaKfa recorded In the Deed record and Indexed; and many
deed are recorded In the MortKfW rcord and other hookM.
HandrtnU of mortniwe and deetlii are Dot Indexed at all. and
moat dllllcult to truce up from the record.
We have notations of all these Errors.
Othera .annot find them. We have pot hundreds of dollar
hunting up theae errors, and we can fully guarantee our work.
J. D. VENATOR,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Post & King - Proprietors
Lakeview - - Oregon
Have You Ever
Visit by the Sea
Run on the Sandy Shore
Did you know yon could renck this delight
ful, cure tilaylng, health giving, fun making
lJY TAK1N0 THE
O.-IV. R. & N. to PORTAND
THEN DOWN THE
COLUMBIA RIVER via STEAMERS
"T. f, POTTER" "HASSALO" and "HARVEST QUEEN"
W here trains connect wtth bout for North lleach Points
You Can You Should
any Agent of the O.-W. R. fl X. am find out how little It will
cost to lr ve cure and dust and heat behind and hu in a teal
REST BY THE SEA
1. Thou anait not rend thy good
morn y away to Keara Hawbuck & Uo.
fur thv gooda. thou nor thy wife, thy
ton uor his wife, for verily the money
la needed at home In order to make
thinga tmom, aa every " 00m" addetb
ten dollars per acre to 'he value of thy
2. Thou ahalt patronize the home
merchants, yea each of them, for
verily the merchants hsve the goods.
8. Thou ahalt give employment to
thine own mechanics and laboring men,
that they be not driven from home In
search of bread for their little ones.
4. Thou Khali psy thy bills promptly
that thy credit may Ls good in the land
where thou dweiiest, for it is neither
good to dun nor b dunned : yes, verily,
the man who puyeth the cnh csuaeth
the heart of our business, men to leap
for joy, and hia praise are rung from
the house top.
C Thou ahaii not he a knocker, for
the knocker. In mnn Instance, veta
knocked at a time when he leant ex
pecta it and in a way he knoweth not
of. Out thou ahalt do whatever lietb
in thv power to promote every unlnesa
interest and Industry, that thou may
rejoice with others and shsre the pros
perity. 6. Thou shall spend thy dollars at
home, for a portion of them will re
turn unto thee not many days hence,
snd will help give nourishment to such
as come after thee.
7. Thou shalt not bear false witness
against the town where thou dwelleat,
but thou shall spesk well of it in the
eara of all men. For it la a dirty bird
that fouleth us own nest, ana they
that doeth such things ahull be cast
into outer darkness, where they make
their beds with the polecats.
8. Thou shall not covet they neigh
bor's seed potatoes, his oats nor his
broad and fertii acres, for verily if thou
wsntest to have as much of this world's
goods aa he, thou shalt surely hustle
9. Thou shall strictly adhere to these
commandments and shall teach them
unto thy children, that ihey may flour
ish and wax fat after thou hast been
tenderly laid to reat in the cemtery.
1". Yea, verily, thou shalt at once
,eno in thv subscription to the Exam
iner and accompany the same with
two dollars. Swiped.
$9.95 BEND TO PORT
LAND AND RETURN
$9.95 Portland and Retnrn via Ore
goo Trunk 1 y. for th Portland
Fair August 20 to .lie. Return limit
Sept. 2. Through truln leaven Bend
at (5:10 A. M Daily. Schedules aud
details will be furnished 00 request.
J.U. Corbett, Agent, Bend, Ore. A29-1
Quit Frank About It
"So you are going to merry Tom?"
"You saw the announcement, didn't
"It wnsn't a fake."
"But, dearie I never thought that
Tom would he your choice."
"Tom nln't my choice. He's my
chance, flave you any other questions
to ask. darling?"
Durllng decided she hadn't. Cleve
land IMaln Denier.
Energy of Will.
Energy of will la the soul of every
great character. Where It Is there U
resolute character; where It Is not
there Is falntness, with effeminacy,
denpondeuey, neglect of duty und fail
ure. "The strong man and the water
fall." sn.vs a proverb, "channel their
S'ell Why does khe always dress In
black? Relle She's In training. Nell
Training for what? Belle Well, you
see. ulie married an octogenarian.
Opiionenrs think Unit they refute no
when thev re:e-it their own opinions
mill Mke n:- notice of mils -Hoot tie
I own and wish to sell my
320 acres of deeded land, lo
cation the IJast half Sec. 1G,
Town 27 S., Ran lS East.
Level, good soil, all tillable
except perhaps twenty acres;
raw land, no improvements;
about two miles from rail
road survey; free of imcum
brance; perfect title. I am
told this should be cheap at
$3500.00 to $4000.00. If it
is not worth that price to
you, make me a bid on it.
We must raise some money,
hence this offer. Don't over
look thin. Here is a Bargain
for someone. Investors and
Keal Estate Men get busy.
Address: E. M. Crumrine,
Iiox.233, Butte, Montana.
THE PECTORAL FIN'S.
Without Trim a f,'- Would
Open ii ..
'J lie 1e. te1.1i 1, ip. ,1 flxli Hie th'.
two lit,., one 011 e.11 ti Mile. Itlxl ImiiK of
ti e h.' id. TI,mi. Mil- nld the Nil) ie
omne etent in - lii,inii. They are
HiiiiiM uira whieh (;, ilii f.'flilieiH ver?
heiinlifiilly and are of vulue chiefly to
preserve Hp eiillhrlum It Is with
Ihe-e nut Unit the flKh rmilntninx lt
horizniiiiil rH,lllori In the water when
not awliiiiuliiK Without them the IWh
would flu ml on us head Sometime n
Huh loxin one or both of Its perioral
Bus by dlxe.iNe or by accident A IMi
without iiechirnl dim In In a had wnv
While inoxt IIhIipk keep a horizontal
M)xlilon In the water when not swim
uilng. there are t)Hhes that do not. One
of thette flxtiin Is the flleflxh. which
when iimtlotilexa MU-ndM Itxelf In the
water, head downward, at an angle of
forty-five decrees or even nearer the
periM-iidlcular A filefUh kept In an
atiHrluiii uhlch had lout both Its pee
otral Aim Inclined met backward I10'
the iierpendb-uiar wbeo WJtlonleM to
Httout the Hume nt'de that It would
have kept In the other direction If It
pectoral Otis had been Intact, so that
when not In motion It Deemed to be
lying at an angle on Its back
Id the same aquarium there was a
st rl 1 Mil baKn weighing about a pound
and a half, one of boxe pectoral dun
was attacked at the tip by fungus,
which gradually encroached upon It
Finally the dlKeased portions of the On
were cut off wltb a pair of sharp
shears, the cut being made within the
sound part of the fin. At first the flsb
was like a mr.a In a boat pulling one
long oar and one short one It couldn't
hold a coure But It soon accustomed
Itself to Its new condition, and there
after It got along very comfortably.
TEST YOUR LUNGS.
A Simple Method by Which Ono May
Measure Hia Development.
People often suffer from weak, un
develoed lungs without suspecting It
True, small, feeble lungs are osually
associated with a small, narrow or
sunken' chest, but not Invariably. By
means of the misuse of physical cul
ture It ls possible to develop large
chest muscles, tbua acquiring a big
chest measurement, while the lung
remain small and 111 nourished.
Airaln. lung mischief la often so slow
and Instduous In Its upproacb that the
trouble Is not discovered until it Is
firmly established. Here, however, is
a simple test whlcb will tell yon
whether your lungs are healthy or not:
Take as deep a breath as yoo can.
and then. In a slow but distinct voice
count from one onward aa tar as you
can without taking In more breath.
The number of seconds you can con
tinue counting la a pretty reliable In
dex to the state of your lungs, so yoo
should have some one to time you.
If your lungs are sound and normal
ly developed your range will be be
tween twenty and thirty-five seconds.
If your limit Is between ten and twen
ty seconds, there la no need to be
alarmed; probably your lungs are
merely In need of eierclse. to be
readily obtained by regular deep
breathing In pure air. A range of less
than ten seconds, however, points to
more or less mischief, and you should
not delay In bavlng your lungs ex
amlned by a medical man. Ixmdoo
Chair of the Giant Idris.
One of the mountain peaks of north
Wales Is known as the Chair of Idrls.
or Cader Idria. as the Welsh people
call It. because Its top Is hollowed out
like an immense couch. According to
local tradition, whoever spends a
nli-'ht In the Chair of Idrls will on the
following morning be dead, raving
mad or endowed with the loftiest poet
leal Inspiration. No one seems to
know exactly who Idrls was or when
be lived, but be must have been a
gin ut If his body was In proportion
with his celebrated "chair." Mrs. He
mans has a One poem with the Chair
of Idrls as th theme, and Tennyson
also mentions It in ".Enid."
In the days when Mrs. George Corn
wallls West was La (It Randolph
Churchill she mixed considerably
among politicians and political affairs,
and one story told of her shows how
she scored ofT Mr Joseph Chamberlain
and the late Sir William Harcourt.
They were chntling her about some
pulnttuga she bad done.
"But why not palut us?" one of them
asked. "Where can you And more at
"Impossible!" Lady Randolph ex
claimed. "I could never paint you
black enough r-Loadon Tit-Bits.
Fifth Monarchy Men.
The fifth monarchy men formed a re
ligions sect that sprang up In the days
of Charlos L of England. They were
so called from the fact that they as
serted that In the last days the four
ancient monarchies, the Assyrian, the
Persian, the Babylonian aud the Ro
mnn, would be restored, and to them
would be added a Christian uiouarchy.
or fifth monarchy, of which Christ
would be the king.
Family Physlclan-The trouble with
your husband, umdani. Is that he has
overdrawn his account at the bank of
vitality. Mrs finymun-! felt sure be
was decelviug me about something!
Doctor. I give you my word 1 never
knew be had eny account there. Ex
Making excuses takes time that (
better spent in "making good."
Complete and reliable
Form with Affidavit
Blank attached. Also
containing copy of Ore
gon Mining Laws.
THIS IS ABSOLUTELY
THE BEST FORM OB
TION THE MOST
Price 5 cents Each
Special rates on quan
tities EXAMINER PRESS
TOWER'S FISH BRAND
KEEPS OUT ALL THE RAIN
These w I Cannot
Reflex Edges v Run In At
Protect You a W The Front
$3.00 Everywhere x-rWwTO'r.
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BOSTON J n
OREGON and WASHINGTON
A Directory of each City, Town and
Village, slvlnt descriptive (ketch of
e&cb plofe. location, population, tele
graph, (hipping and banking point;
also Clauiaed Directory, compiled by
buslneu snd profexlon.
R. I. POLK CO., fi RATTLE
It pays to be prudent
when it comes to pro
tecting your gardens
from the squirrel varmin
HALL & REYNOLD'S
SQUIRREL AND GOPHER
FOR SALE IN ALL QUANTITIES
' The Best Bib Overall
A New Pair
If THey Rip
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Gold metallic boxes, sealed with Eloc0
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BIAMOKD BHANO PILLS, for twenty-0
years regarded as Best. Safest, Always Reliable,
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
Tne Oregon Cal
ifornia anil Nevada
Live Btork Potee
Mod Aasociaton, t f
which ths under
signed ls a member
will glre I', (00 00
leading to the -
reet and conviction
of any party or par
cattle or mules be
longing to any of its
In addition to tbe above, the undersigned
ffers on tbe same condition SAf 0.00 for all bore-
as branded horse-shoe bar on both or either
giw. Brand recorded in eight counties. Range j .
araey. Lake and Crooa counties. Horses Tf ft,p Pv a miner flPTire Oil
vented when sold. I
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1 1 the very best
insurance policy you
can have and the
cheapest. We do its
From the moment a Studebaker
(Flanders) "20" is delivered, you have a
car ready to go on the job. It will stand
up to its work day in and day out take
the hills and rough places as cheerfully as
the smooth, and the only care it asks is
Studebaker cars are built for honest
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not excuses. You can start on the
longest journey in full confidence that you
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simplicity of control, low price and low
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LOCAL, AuEN X
Telephone No. 131, LAKEVIEW, OREGON